Snake in the grass: Air DT Max '96
Not all snakes are poisonous, but every one of them has a unique power. Take the rattlesnake, for example: Evening hunters are able to detect heat in the darkness, allowing them to stalk prey even when it's pitch black.
Think of the new Nike Air DT Max '96 as your own serpentine night vision goggles. This recently resurrected NFL classic is sneaking back in snakeskin glow colorway that's as fierce as the animal it was inspired by. Much like a snake waiting to pounce on its prey, these sneakers are striking at just the right moment. Slate-gray python scales creep across the overlay and adjustable midfoot strap on a stark black background, making for an upper that's simultaneously simple and striking.
The real magic happens when darkness falls, though, and the translucent outsole glows neon green. Needless to say, you'll be drawing some stares day and night. Cop a pair Nov. 16 at Jimmy Jazz stores or online. Don't delay, though - our sneaker sources expect demand to be high.
Where will these glow-in-the-dark kicks be guiding you to?